[HISTORY: Adopted by the Village Board of the Village of Grafton as Title 9, Part I, Ch. 9.01, of the 1979 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
By the authority of §§ 66.0107, 134.66(5), and 254.92(4), Wis. Stats., the following provisions of the Wisconsin Statutes, as updated and revised from time to time, are hereby adopted by reference, excluding the penalty provisions contained therein: §§ 134.66; 254.92; 939.05; 939.30, 939.31, Chs. 941 through 948, inclusive, but not including § 944.21; Ch. 951; §§ 961.573(1)-(2); 961.574(1)-(2); and 961.575(1)-(2).
This chapter shall not apply to circumstances under which the actor could be charged with a felony, as described and classified by §§ 939.50 and 939.60, Wis. Stats., unless the matter is referred to the district attorney and the district attorney declines to prosecute the matter.
For the purposes of this chapter, the definitions of words and phrases contained in §§ 134.66; 254.92; 939.22; Chs. 941 through 948, inclusive; Ch. 951; and Ch. 961, Wis. Stats. as updated and revised from time to time, are hereby adopted by reference.
In any state statute adopted by reference by this chapter, the following definitions shall apply:
[Amended by Ord. No. 013, Series 2010]
An attempt to commit an offense under this chapter requires that the actor have an intent to perform acts and attain a result which, if accomplished, would constitute such offense and that the actor does acts towards the commission of the offense which demonstrate unequivocally, under all the circumstances, that he or she formed that intent and would commit the offense except for the intervention of another person or some extraneous factor. Whoever attempts to commit an offense under this chapter shall forfeit an amount not to exceed 1/2 the maximum penalty for the completed offense.
[Amended by Ord. No. 022, Series 2010]
All violations of § 9.01.010 shall be cited using that Code section number, except for the following offenses, which shall adopt the same terms and definitions of this chapter but maintain a separate chapter and/or section number under this Code for recordkeeping purposes: resisting or obstructing an officer; drug paraphernalia possession, manufacture, delivery, or delivery to a minor; damage to property; theft; fraud on hotel or restaurant keeper, recreational attraction, taxicab operator, or gas station; retail theft; removal of shopping cart; issuance of worthless checks; carrying concealed weapons; facsimile firearms; purchase or possession of cigarettes or tobacco products by persons under 18; restrictions on sale or gift of cigarette or tobacco products.